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Weather Extra: Blocking high pressure ridgesWhat is responsible for the high pressure ridges that brought unusually dry and warm January and February? CBS News Bay Area First Alert Meteorologist Darren Peck takes a closer look at the leading candidate: A hot pool in the Western Pacific

Bay Area Non-Profit Nova Ukraine Send Money and Supplies to UkraineIgor Markov, the director of the nonprofit Nova Ukraine, talks to CBS News Bay Area’s Anne Makovec about the support they are sending to Ukraine.

Cybersecurity risks following Russia’s invasion of UkraineSan Jose State Professor Ahmed Banafa outlines cybersecurity risks following Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

Preview of Sunday’s Black Joy Parade in OaklandElycia Thomas Knight, the parade manager for the Black Joy Parade, speaks to CBS News Bay Area’s Kamilah Tom about the event taking place this Sunday, Feb. 25, in Oakland.

CA Congressman John Garamendi on NATO’s response to RussiaCongressman John Garamendi tells CBS News Bay Area’s Anne Makovec about NATO’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Economic impact of the Russian invasion of UkraineCBS News Bay Area’s Anne Makovec talks to Matthew Holian, professor of economics at San Jose State University, about the economic impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

American heart monthDr. Ines Sherifi, Clinical Cardiologist at MarinHealth, talks about the risk factors women should be aware of when it comes to their heart health

CA Congressman John Garamendi talks about Russia’s invasion of UkraineCBS News Bay Area’s Allen Martin spoke with California Congressman John Garamendi, a member of the Armed Services Committee, about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Garamendi wonders if he agrees with the sanctions imposed on Russia.

Former USWNT player and SCU alum responds to equal pay rulingDanielle Slaton is a graduate of Santa Clara University and a former United States Women’s National Team player. KPIX 5’s Vern Glenn sat down with Slaton to get his response to the decision that will allow the women’s team to receive equal pay to the men’s team.

Local doctor discusses decision to keep mask-wearing in schoolsKPIX 5’s Anne Makovec sits down with Dr. Abraar Karan of Stanford Health Care to discuss the latest COVID-19 headlines. Dr. Karan emphasizes maintaining the mask mandate in schools and explains how immunity to booster shots works.

Black History Month Town HallCBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese is hosting a virtual roundtable with several local community leaders to talk about their roles and responsibilities, as well as issues affecting them and their communities. Guests include Bishop Bob Jackson with Acts Full Gospel Church, Kymberly Miller with Children’s Fairyland, Tamearra Dyson with Souley Vegan, young entrepreneur Nicco Adams, Jason Seals with African American Studies at Merritt, candidate for the Oakland City Hall Greg Hodge and UC Berkeley assistant professor Brandi T Summers

Impact of gas stoves on children’s healthLisa Patel, MD, pediatrician at Stanford Children’s Health and co-director of Stanford’s Climate, Health and Equity Task Force, discusses possible health issues for children, whose developing brain and respiratory systems are particularly vulnerable to air pollution

The art of “roller dancing” by Richard HumphreyRichard Humphrey is known as “The Rollerdance Man”. He teaches the movements to skaters of all levels during his weekly class. KPIX 5’s Amanda Starrantino put on some skates and learned about the history of her moves that stem from Black culture and history.

“Big Nate” debuts on Paramount+The animated series “Big Nate” will air on Thursday the 17th on Paramount+. Gianna talks to stars Ben Giroux and Bryce Charles

Celebrating Black History Month in OaklandCBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese chats with Visit Oakland President and CEO Peter Gamez about events happening in Oakland for Black History Month

FBI warns of ‘romance scams’CBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese asks CNET’s Bree Fowler about the warning signs to watch out for as scammers threaten to break your heart and break the bank

Warriors Dance Team ReunionGolden State Warriors dancers past and present performed a routine paying homage to different eras from the 1980s to present

COVID-19: Local doctor weighs in on lifting indoor mask mandatesDr. Laleh Gharahbaghian of Stanford Health Care shares his thoughts on lifting mask mandates in the Bay Area. She also looks at the omicron subvariant and reinfection.

Heart Health Month: helping stroke survivorsCBS News Bay Area anchor Elizabeth Cook talks with three-time stroke survivor Deb Shaw and how she is helping other stroke survivors recover through her nonprofit

Talking about travelCBS News Bay Area anchor Allen Martin speaks with CBS News Senior Travel Advisor Peter Greenberg about Delta’s request to the Justice Department to create a no-fly list for unruly passengers, and the mask mandate for US airline passengers

Jeremy Piven performs in San JoseCBS News Bay Area’s Gianna Franco talks to actor Jeremy Piven about his shows at the San Jose Improv on February 11-12

Disproportionate impact of Alzheimer’s disease on African AmericansCBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese talks with Dr. Doris Molina-Henry, assistant research professor of neurology at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, about how the disease of Alzheimer’s Disproportionately Affects the African-American Community

Rising interest rates: what impact could this have on you?CBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese asks US Bank’s Mike Shepard about the impact of planned Federal Reserve interest rate hikes on mortgages, lending products and credit cards

Supply chain issues are impacting the auto industryCBS News Bay Area’s Gianna Franco talks to Kelley Blue Book editor Matt Degan about the effects supply chain issues are having on today’s auto market

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